Wednesday, October 15, 2014
The Scenic isn't all it's cracked up to be. It's also on the edge of the Trinity River Vision plan. Imagine that.
Hats off to the Weekly for reporting real news.
“The [abrupt] eviction is a breach of our trust,” Norris wrote. “We are asking ourselves what else we were told that this company will not keep their word on.”
Cienda Partners did not respond to requests for comments on this story.
Kevin Neal, media and public affairs coordinator for the city, said city officials were unaware of the situation at Scenic Bluffs and that the city’s planning and zoning department has not been in touch with “any parties in these transactions.”
Bill said Parkview offices received a call from Mayor Betsy Price’s office congratulating Joplin on the sale.
Bethke said she tried numerous times to get help from the mayor’s office and was referred to council member Ann Zadeh’s office. Zadeh’s staff referred her to the city housing department. Neither were any help, she said.
Posted by The Star-Telegraph at Wednesday, October 15, 2014